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Fatal shooting at Brooklyn bodega

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  1. MaxShimba

    MaxShimba JF-Expert Member

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    [h=1]Fatal shooting at Brooklyn bodega caught on video, woman killed in rampage[/h]BY MATTHEW LYSIAK AND JOSE MARTINEZ
    DAILY NEWS STAFF WRITERS

    Originally Published:Friday, September 9th 2011, 8:31 AM
    Updated: Friday, September 9th 2011, 1:12 PM





    A dramatic surveillance video captured a late-night shooting in Brooklyn that left a 23-year-old woman dead.

    The shooter, wearing a Yankee cap and casually walking toward a group of people, appears to briefly engage them. Then with steely calm, he squeezed off several shots just before 11 p.m. Thursday.

    The footage outside the Bed-Stuy Supermarket shows two women, three men and a teen walking down Weirfield St. in Bushwick. The women disappear from the frame, as the shooter walks up behind the group.

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    The unsuspecting group walks past the bodega before the shooting.

    "He takes the gun out and starts shooting," a deli worker said.

    Sarafina French, 23, was shot in the back and later died at Woodhull Hospital. The Brooklyn woman had just bought a sandwich, some chips and a Dr. Pepper at the store. It wasn't clear whether she was the intended target.

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    The gunman takes aim.

    A 13-year-old boy was blasted in the arm. A 21-year-old boy was shot in the back. They were taken to Brookdale University Hospital and expected to survive.

    The shooter sprinted toward Broadway and hasn't been caught. Witnesses heard about nine shots and then saw three people on the ground.

    Police ask anyone with information on the shooting to call Crime Stoppers at (800) 577-TIPS.



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    And they say it's the white man I should fear
    But, it's my own kind doin all the killin here.....

    2Pac..... Only God Can Judge Me
     
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    Crime knows no color. Just recently a Norwegian "ethnic white" killed 69 youths, most of them white!
     
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    Mkuu hayo sio maneno yangu ni 2 Pac aliyosema kwenye wimbo wake wa "Only God Can Judge Me.."

    Mkuu kuna hizi blaming culture za kila siku na conspiracy za kila siku..., maybe inabidi wakati ufike tukae chini na tuangalie what is really wrong.., why are so many young people killing each other..., why are so many gang bangers.., and stop looking for an invisible enemy.., cause we might be our own worse enemies... Nina uhakika hapa watakuja watu na kuanza kulaumu government umasikini na ghetto life...

    Tunalaumu wazungu kuhusu Sierra Leone na Blood Diamonds, Tunalaumu wawekezaji kwa kutunyonya alafu tunasahau kuwaangalia hao wenzetu wanaotukata mapanga na kutuingizia kwenye hiyo mikataba mibovu kwa sababu ya tamaa zao....

    Crime is Crime and Crime has got no Colour but lets start calling a Spade a Spade...

    Na kwa kumalizia ngoja nikuache tena na kipande cha 2 Pac kwenye same song...

     
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    My point is we need to stop steriotyping.
     
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    Mkuu am not stereotyping..., this is another innocent black human soul which has gone to waste... (na nina uhakika tukiangalia watu weusi waliokufa kwa kupigwa risasi ilikuwa ni mtu mweusi mwingine behind the gun). Unless tuanze kuangalia ni nani alitengeneza hizo bunduki ili tumlaumu yeye.

    kwahiyo mkuu ninachosema ingawa pia nitalaumu umasikini, kukosa kazi, na jinsi watu weupe walivyotufanya watumwa ila na yule kichaa aliye-pull the trigger siwezi nikaacha kumlaumu. Na apart from corruption level, na ukandamizwaji na unyonyaji Black on Black Crime is playing its part in killing black people...
     
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    Its true mkuu everyone is playing their part to make this world a worse place... everyone is looking for numero uno..., busy taking care of themselves..,

    Absolutely no one can escape the blame.., people nowadays they have gone to the extent of blaming drugs and even alcohol, without forgetting guns... wanasahau kwamba "Guns dont Kill People.... People Kill People.."
     
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    On the shooters point of view....

    Don't wanna commit murder, but damn they got me trapped
    Hawkin while I'm walking, and talkin behind my back
    I'm kind of schizophrenic, I'm in this shit to win it..
    Cause life's wheel of fortune here's my chance to spin it….

    2-pac - Gangsters Paradise...
     
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    True lakini hao Shooters ni vema wangesikiliza maneno ya Mwanadada Nonchalant....5 O' Clock in the Morning

    Wella, Mr. Black Man tell me where you're heading
    The last few years I watched while you were sheading
    Pounds and pounds on growth of the population
    Soon we won't be able to have a strong black nation
    A shooting here, a stabbing there nowhere to stop
    Cause now you're dying from the dose of the crack rock

    It's not a white man's finger on the trigger
    Car-jacks, drive-by's, callin' each other "nigga"
    I'm not here to scold but rather shape n' mold
    That young black mind that won't live to grow old
    Cause you're fronting smoking on the blunt and
    Down with your friends cause you think you're making ends,
    But you're not - and it's the truth of the matter
    Your brother gettin' skinny, cause you want your pockets fatter
     
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    Still from the shooters...

    Three loaded clips, four niggas roll, one nigga drives
    500 Benz, six reasons why this kid should die?
    We shootin' every mother****er outside

    Pulled on his block, jumped out the car, guns in our hand
    At the same time everybody ran
    There that nigga go, hiding in the crowd
    Let the trigger blow, seven shots, now he lying on the ground

    Blood on the floor
    Then we shot some more
    Niggas, he was with
    Two niggas hit, one nigga fell

    One tryed to run, go get him, son
    Make sure he's done before we bail, I ain't trying to go to jail
    Must handle beef, code of the street
    Load up the heat, if these nigga think they could **** around

    Nas - Shoot 'em up
     
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    Mhh they should take a leaf from Tupac ft Scareface - Smile for Me

    Our lifesytles be closed caption
    Addicted to fatal attractions
    Pictures and actions be played back
    In the midst of mashin'
    No fairytales for this young black male
    Some see me stranded in this land of Hell
    Jail and crack cells
    hustlin, hard to think of culture
    Or the repercussion
    While bustin' on back-stabbing vultures
    Sellin' my soul
    For material wishes
    Fast cars and bitches

    Wishin' I live my life a legend
    Immortalized in pictures
    Why shed tears, save your sympathy
    My childhood years
    Was spent burying my peers in the cemetary

    Here's a message to the newborns
    Waiting to breath:
    "If you believe then
    you can achieve, just look at me
    "
    Against all odds
    Though life is hard, we carry on
    Living in the projects
    Broke with no lights on
    To all the seeds that follow me
    Protect your essence
    Born with less but your still precious
    Just smile for me now


    2pac ft. Scarface - Smile for me Now (Uncensored) - YouTube

     
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    Well you have given me the idea that i should visit on Tupac and hear what he has to say of change - Is there hope??

    Come on come on I see no changes. Wake up in the morning and I ask myself,
    "Is life worth living? Should I blast myself?" I'm tired of bein' poor and even worse I'm black.
    My stomach hurts, so I'm lookin' for a purse to snatch. Cops give a damn about a negro?
    Pull the trigger, kill a nigga, he's a hero. Give the crack to the kids who the hell cares?
    One less hungry mouth on the welfare. First ship 'em dope & let 'em deal the brothers.

    Give 'em guns, step back, and watch 'em kill each other. "It's time to fight back",
    that's what Huey said. 2 shots in the dark now Huey's dead.
    I got love for my brother, but we can never go nowhere
    unless we share with each other. We gotta start makin' changes.
    Learn to see me as a brother 'stead of 2 distant strangers.
    And that's how it's supposed to be.
    How can the Devil take a brother if he's close to me?
    I'd love to go back to when we played as kids
    but things changed, and that's the way it is


    2pac - Changes.... BTW I Love "Smile for me Now..." One of my favs
     
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